Just as with the Virgin video, the fundamental underpinnings of the Jennifer’s Ear broadcast were true, regardless of the creative shortcuts.
It is well known that Stendhal compared politics in a novel to a gunshot in the middle of a concert – this novel of modern British politcs is more like a mirror being shot at.
The Ofsted chief has resigned after calling the Isle of Wight a “poor, white ghetto”, which suffers from “inbreeding”. The Islanders’ response reveals anger at years of neglect by the London elite.
We asked you what you thought of Corbyn, and found that New Statesman readers are apparently as divided as the Labour membership.
Divided MPs on one side and a mass movement on the other won’t help counter the government; we need think tank, media and donor muscle, as parties have in the US.
A history of sleep from the premoderns to today’s health geeks reveals that today's "sleep revolution" is not as radical as it pretends to be.
Shadow minister Chi Onwurah argues that her leader would face constructive dismissal, “probably with racial discrimination thrown in”, over his treatment of her and Thangam Debbonaire.
From seal genitalia to making sure pints are 100 per cent full, here’s the pick of the causes the Labour leader has supported in Parliament over the years.
My bedroom is in a state of such grisliness that I ask myself whether I have now hit A New Low.
How the leader and his opponents are already preparing for the post-contest battles to come.
Brexit should not pull apart the UK's well-earned reputation for openness, equality and respect.
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